It's so easy to put off backing up your data on a regular basis. We all hate chores, and backing up our data seems like a chore. With PCs being so much more reliable these days, it's not the hardware that is likely to cause problems, it's the software you install on your computer. A system crash at an inopportune moment may result in your extensive 10,000 word proposal becoming corrupt.
Cobian Backup 220.127.116.11 is a fantastic freeware backup tool that enables you to schedule a regular backup. You can backup to another hard drive or a remote FTP site. Backing up your files can be done on an incremental basis, so that it will only backup files that have changed since the last backup. You can set filters, so that it avoids backing up certain files.
We recommend Cobian Backup 18.104.22.168, so try it yourself and see if it meets your backup requirements.
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